"Dancing with the Stars" was full of surprises on Monday night as one celebrity slipped on the ballroom floor and another was sent home after scoring a perfect 30.

While Boyz II Men singer Wanya Morris accidentally tripped during his routine and wound up in the bottom two, it was "Full House" star Jodie Sweetin who got sent home after her perfect jive with partner Keo Motsepe.

Incredibly, Sweetin was composed instead of devastated backstage.

"If you have to go, better going on the highest scores that you've gotten all season than leaving and going, 'Oh, that was crap!'" Sweetin said. "We can both hold our head really high and say that we're proud of what we did.

"I'm so incredibly grateful for this experience ... I walked away with a sense of self and perseverance and strength."

On Tuesday, Sweetin is going back to work on the second season of "Fuller House," Netflix's popular "Full House" spinoff—and she revealed to reporters backstage that her character, Stephanie Tanner, "gets a boyfriend."

She'll also soon be working on a Pop network reality show about her friendship with former "7th Heaven" star Beverley Mitchell and ex-"Step by Step" actress Christine Lakin.

Meanwhile, Morris and partner Lindsay Arnold were relieved to have made it through to next week after having a nightmare of a western-themed jive number.

When Arnold's bandana fell on the floor, Morris slipped on it and his timing was completely thrown off, ruining the dance.

Arnold got teary-eyed on camera about the mishap, saying it was her fault; Morris comforted her and the couple scored a 25.

Judge Carrie Ann Inaba sighed, "It was a rough ride."

Backstage by Morris' side, Arnold told FOX411, "We had a slip-up and it's a bummer. But it's about pushing through and I'm proud of this guy."

Morris shrugged, "Sometimes in a competition or in a situation like this there's ups and downs.

"How you persevere in the end is what's going to be the self-gratification ... our goal is to win."

Morris has lost 22 pounds and confided, "I look better in my clothes and I have stopped weighing myself."

"Good Morning America" weathergal Ginger Zee scored a  erfect 30 for an intense Argentine tango with Val Chmerkovskiy.

"We're working really hard and getting rewarded, which feels outstanding," Zee told Fox 411.

Nyle DiMarco and Peta Murgatroyd stunned the crowd by doing a completely silent section in his Paso Doble with the music turned off.

"I think sometimes people just ... look at me as the deaf guy but I don't think they realize how challenging and hard it can be," Di Marco said later. "It's a perfect opportunity for us to remind them I don't hear anything."

The move had judge Inaba in tears and DiMarco scored 29 points.

UFC fighter Paige VanZant and partner Mark Ballas played frozen lovers in a Viennese waltz set to the tune "Stone Cold" by Demi Lovato.

VanZant, who earned 28 points, told FOX411, "Our dance was beautiful. I was excited to show off a more lyrical, emotional side."

Football player Antonio Brown shocked partner Sharna Burgess by being early to rehearsal and the pair scored a strong 27 for their Viennese waltz. Host Tom Bergeron informed viewers about Burgess-- who had a nip slip last Monday--  "Everything's together this week!"

In addition to their individual dances, the competitors performed a "Judges' Team Up Challenge" dance in which Carrie Ann Inaba, Bruno Tonioli, and Len Goodman coached two sets of couples.

Brown and VanZant were on Team Carrie Ann, DiMarco and Sweetin Team Bruno, and Morris and Zee enjoyed Team Len (which featured the veteran judge dancing in a grass skirt at the end).

All three teams got the same score, 29, with America voting in as the third judge.